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Shawn Mauer New Executive Director of First Tee TennesseeThe Tennessee Golf Foundation is pleased to introduce Shawn Mauer as the new executive director of First Tee of Tennessee. Mauer, who has served as the executive director of First Tee of Greater Knoxville since 2017, replaces Josh McDade, who was hired as the director of chapter relations by the First Tee national office earlier this year.

Flynn Named 2021 Labron Harris Sr Award RecipientScott Flynn, Head Men's Golf Coach at Belmont University and a member of the Tennessee PGA Section, was named the winner of the 2021 Labron Harris Sr. Award presented by the Golf Coaches Association of America in cooperation with The PGA of America. The Harris Award is presented to the college or high school coach and Class A PGA Professional whose support of the game through teaching, coaching and involvement in the community has helped ensure the continued growth of the game of golf and who represents the finest qualities the game has to offer.

Veterans Day Free Golf - Nov 11 at The Little CourseActive Military & Veterans, enjoy FREE golf at the Little Course at Conner Lane in Franklin, November 11. Come play the walking-only, par-three course as we honor Veterans Day. Please call 615-790-0222 to reserve your time.

TENNCup: Interview w/Scott StevensTENNCup host Darren Reese sits down with former South Carolina Gamecock, Scott Stevens, to talk about his career & qualifying for the Knoxville Open.

Drew Holcomb's Drew Holcomb along with his family came together at Sweetens Cove on a beautiful day in September for the annual "The Hatchett" honoring their late brother, and raising money for The First Tee of Tennessee.

Loren Roberts Leads Fundraiser for First Tee MemphisThe "Boss of the Moss" Loren Roberts hosted a fundraiser for First Tee of Memphis at TPC Southwind in August, just after the WGC FedEx St. Jude tour event. Cal & Melba Vinson, pictured with Loren, were heavily involved in junior golf in Memphis for decades, dating back to the Mid-South Junior Golf Association and continue to support The First Tee of Memphis!

Jackson wins record 26th TGA title at Senior Amateur; Fly claims Super Senior CrownMEMPHIS - The winningest amateur golfer in Tennessee Golf Association history added to his recor...

Tyler Johnson shatters Tennessee Amateur record book in 14-stroke victoryKnoxville native and University of Tennessee senior Tyler Johnson turned in a four-day total of -27, 261 to win the 106th Tennessee Amateur by 14 strokes at Council Fire Golf Club.

54th Tennessee Cup Matches set for The Course at SewaneeThe Tennessee Challenge Cup is set for its 54th installment, as details for the popular Ryder Cup-style event were announced earlier this week. The Challenge Cup, which annually pits the top 16 amateur golfers in the state against the top 16 PGA professionals, is scheduled for Nov. 1-2, 2021 at The Course at Sewanee in Sewanee.

17-year-old Sophie Linder makes history at Women's Open17-year-old Sophie Linder made history at the 2021 Golf Capital of Tennessee Women's Open as she became the first person to win the Women's Open and the Tennessee Junior Amateur in the same year.

Travis Womble Claims First TGA Crown At Tennessee Match PlayTravis Womble won a total of seven matches in a four-day span to claim his first Tennessee Golf Association state title at the Menís Match Play Championship at Colonial Country Club.

Shelbyville's Evan Woosley-Reed rallies with a 65 to win Tennessee Junior AmEvan Woosley-Reed of Shelbyville fired a final-round -5, 65 to rally on the final day to win the 2021 Tennessee Junior Amateur at Memphis Country Club.

Diversified Trust Supports the "Road to Success" Scholarship DinnerEach year the Tennessee Golf Foundation and The First Tee of Tennessee awards scholarships to deserving ACE graduates of the First Tee with a "Road to Success Scholarship" annually sponsored by Diversified Trust Co.

The purpose of these scholarships are to acknowledge participants from the First Tee of Tennessee with college scholarships for their accomplishments in the classroom, on the course, and with the game's life-enhancing core values.

Greer, Smith win second Tennessee Four-Ball titleRyan Greer and Jack Smith of Knoxville claimed their second Tennessee Four-Ball title as they defeated Lance Simpson and Jack Smith at Black Creek Club.

The Scott Stallings Kids Play Free Tournament - July 12, Holston HillsJoin Knoxville native and PGA TOUR winner, Scott Stallings, for a day filled with great golf, food, drinks, and fun benefitting The Scott Stallings Kids Play Free Junior Golf Initiative (KPF). This is the ultimate client entertainment event for a great cause. All money raised funds free rounds of golf for Knoxville area youth at Concord Park Par 3 and Beverly Park Par 3 Golf Courses.

Addie Baggarly wins inaugural Tennessee Women's Match Play crownAddie Baggarly claimed the inaugural Tennessee Women's Match Play championship at Brentwood Country Club by defeating McKinley Cunningham 2&1 in the finals

Nolan Ray captures first professional win at Tennessee OpenNolan Ray, the 2019 Tennessee Amateur champion, fired a three-day total of 21-under to claim the 72nd Tennessee Open title at GreyStone Golf Club in Dickson.

Two Tennesseans Recognized as 2021 First Tee ScholarsThe First Tee College Scholarship Program provides valuable, life-changing opportunities for the youth of First Tee. Helping them prepare for success is at the core of our mission.

Molly Castle (Nashville) and Benjamin Nganga (Memphis) were recognized as 2021 First Tee Scholars. Both Molly & Ben were 2 out of 12 young people in the country that received this great accomplishment!

Knoxville native Ryan Hall finishes as finalist for Haskins AwardUniversity of South Carolina junior Ryan Hall, a native of Knoxville, was one of three finalist announced for The Haskins Award, which goes to the top college golfer in NCAA Division I.

Golf House Tennessee is in FULL Swing!The 2021 summer is in full swing at Golf House Tennessee. The Welcome to Golf classes are led by Coach Valerie. These programs are available for 4-5 year olds, 6-8 and 9-12 and new three-day classes begin weekly!